Living with Chronic Illness
Drawing on her own experience as well as the experiences of others, the author gives us an honest, practical and uplifting book on living with a chronic illness and its effect on the sufferers and their relationships.
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Naming the Problem
Naming Your Unhealthy Self
The Etiquette of Chronic Illness
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